Candy Cane Chocolate Truffles
These delicacies can be made with regular chocolate or white chocolate (or both!) and are lovely additions to any holiday candy gift basket. The white chocolate variety tastes very reminiscent of peppermint bark. Dust with powdered sugar for a snowed-on effect, or serve plain.
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Aloha Chocolate Truffles
Simple, no-bake chocolate truffles are rich and decadent yet super easy to make. Roll the truffles in sugar or sprinkles for festive desserts. Recipe courtesy of Maui Brand Natural Cane Sugar.
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Easy Chocolate Truffles
There’s no denying it. Chocolate truffles are amazing. And, it’s easy to make your own. You only need a handful of ingredients to produce creamy chocolate bonbons in just a few simple steps.Click here for more of our best candy recipes.
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We’ve all been trained to think that a stranger offering you chocolates at a bus stop is creepy — but aren’t there those days when you too could eat a million and a half chocolate truffles after work? In the 1994 Academy Award Winner for Best Picture, Forrest’s mother, played by Sally Field, shares the ultimate food-based life lesson: Life is like a box of chocolates, “you never know what you’re gonna get.” When it comes to life, we agree. But when it comes to chocolates, really, is this fair? Splurging on a box of specialty candies, only to throw a third of them away? Truffles sound fancy, but they’re actually a cinch to make from scratch. Our Espresso Chocolate Truffles are topped with candied lemon peel — so at least you have an idea of what you’re gonna get. Click here to see 15 Star-Quality Recipes from Famous '90s Movies
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Truffle Stuffed Chocolate Chip Cookies
Break open these chocolate chip cookies to see the secret to this cookies decadence — a gooey truffle center that melts in the oven. — Angela CarlosFor more great recipes like this one, visit Living Sweet Moments.
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Easy Halloween Candy Chocolate Truffles
I was curious if I could make something delicious out of leftover candy from Halloween. Sure Reese's Cups, Hershey Bars, and the like are easy. No, I wanted to see if I could make something (beyond just edible) out of the fruitcake of Halloween — candy corn. I'm pretty sure most people who buy candy corn do it because it's inexpensive and it looks pretty in a bowl sitting out, collecting dust and sticking together in one big gooey blob of fall colors. I whipped up these easy chocolate truffles with Indian Corn, which is the redheaded stepcousin of candy corn. Instead of the yellow base (on the kernel) it's got a brown base, which is cocoa. So these taste like chocolate as opposed to the more marshmallowy traditional stuff. And as we all know, this stuff keeps seemingly forever. You could make up some of these easy chocolate truffles for your Thanksgiving get-together. No one will have any idea that the center is made from candy corn.
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Truffles
A decadent dessert deserves a proper wine pairing. What to choose? Try a Cabernet sauvignon or Meritage. 
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